Advance the mission and vision of TMUS by producing the highest attainable levels of excellence in spiritual walk, instruction, as well as individual and team performance. Develop and improve the technical and physical skills of each student-athlete. Represents the institution through recruitment of potential student-athletes, interaction with the GSAC office, and colleagues at other institutions.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Develop, grow, and oversee all aspects of the Women’s Soccer program at TMU.
Contribute to the skill development of individual student-athletes.
Be competitive within the NAIA and the Golden State Athletic Conference, as the affiliation chosen by the institution. Achieve a quality and winning program which consistently finishes in the top thirty percent of the conference standings, with the opportunity to qualify and compete in National Championship tournaments and events.
Provide a strong Christian role model for the student-athletes that will be a positive reflection for the testimony of Jesus Christ and The Master's University.
Provide a nurturing environment to aid in the spiritual and academic growth of the student athlete.
Awareness of the individual growth of each team member (academically, spiritually, and athletically).
Invest in student-athletes with a focus on mentorship, personal discipleship, character formation, and academic progress.
Promote opportunities for interaction and deepening of relationships between coach and student-athlete.
Encourage student-athletes to be engaged in the campus culture outside their respective athletic team with the opportunity for others to influence the life of the athlete.
Support the mission of the University by strengthening a tradition of quality athletics while challenging student-athletes to excel academically and as followers of Christ.
Coordinate all aspects of the Women’s Soccer program to include:
Planning and overseeing the practice and conditioning sessions,
Planning and managing the program budget,
Scheduling of games,
Recruiting students who are a mission fit for The Master's University and who are academically eligible to participate according to the rules of the NAIA, GSAC, and The Master's University.
Function as an effective team member, working cooperatively with the various staff of the athletic department and the institution.
Be visible and genuinely involved in collaboration with other athletic programs and campus departments.
Represent TMU appropriately during practice, competitions, and recruiting activities.
Annually raise funds to supplement sport program operational and scholarship budgets.
Advance the athletics program through cultivating and coordinating relationships with program alumni.
Pursue continuing education in coaching strategies, competencies, and techniques.
Involve the Athletic Director, department colleagues, and other appropriate stakeholders in the campus visits and recruitment of student-athletes.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a demonstrated commitment to the doctrinal position of TMUS and a continuous exhibition of a desire to minister and serve others in varied capacities.
Actively involved in a TMU likeminded local church.
Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, faculty, vendors, students, &/or community members of diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, & ethnic backgrounds.
Service oriented with strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
Exercise confidentiality, good judgment and discernment.
Have a thorough knowledge of soccer.
Complete understanding of NAIA rules and regulations.
Must successfully pass a background investigation.
The mission of The Master’s University is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.
Physical Address: 21726 Placerita Canyon Rd., Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Enrollment: Approx. 1,700 total / 1,000 on campus (2021)
Nickname: Mustangs or Lady Mustangs
Home Facilities: Reese Field (1,000), Bross Gymnasium (1,000), Lou Herwaldt Stadium (1,000)
Colors: Navy Blue & Gold
President: Dr. Abner Chou
National Affiliation: NAIA Division I (www.naia.org)
Conference: Golden State Athletic Conference (www.gsacsports.org), Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference (http://www.pacificswimanddive.org)
College Switchboard: 661.259.3540
Admissions Office: 661.362.2363
Athletic Department: 661.362.2761
Athletic Dept. Fax: 661.362.2697